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    Great Psychological Thriller

    If She Wakes by Michael is a psychological thriller First, let me thank NetGalley, the publisher Little, Brown and Company, and of course the author, for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. My Synopsis: (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) Tara Beckley, a student at Hammel College, is currently escorting a rather tense Dr. Armandi Oltamu, back to the school so he can speak to the students on “batteries”. On the way, he requests a more scenic route. When Tara pulls over by the foot-bridge, they both get out of the car and he snaps some pictures, asking Tara to lock his phone in her glove box. That accomplished, they both turn as a vehicle slams into them. Oltamu is dead, and Tara ends up in a coma. Carlos Ramirez immediately confessed to causing the accident. Abby Kaplan is an insurance investigator hired by Hammel College to investigate the accident to make sure they will not be sued. An ex-stunt driver, Abby immediately sees an issue. There is no way Ramirez’s story adds up. Then she discovers that the doctor's phone is missing. Dax Blackwell, a young man with a black cap and hoodie looks like an innocent teenager. He is a killer, and he is looking for that missing phone. There is big money on the line. He isn’t the only one looking. Tara may be in a coma, but she is aware of everything going on around her. Her sister, Shannon, seems to be the only one that feels Tara’s energy. Her mother, step-father and most of the hospital staff have already written her off. If Tara can’t let them know she’s still with them, they will pull the plug. That’s if the killer doesn’t get to her first. My Opinions: WOW. This one grabbed me from the first page, and I just hung on. Didn’t want to put it down, not for nothing! There was so much suspense, and edge-of-the seat moments, that you just had to take a breath every now and then. The plot and twists were really good, and the characters had enough background that they felt real. The relationship between the sisters was really good, and so was dynamics between Abby and Dax. They “got” each other. This was an action-packed book, and although I am not into spy or mafia novels, it did have that sort of feel. It didn’t bother me a bit. There was so much suspense, and edge-of-the seat moments, that you just had to take a breath every now and then. Highly recommend this book!

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